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Beau Bree Rhee (she/they) is a visual artist and choreographer whose work centers around body-space-ecologies. She works primarily with drawing and performance, often including an assemblage of poetry, scores, natural pigments and installation. The central themes of her research-based work are: radical dependencies with the environment, the body as a cosmic being, the multifarious roles of matter & language. Rhee is trilingual and tricultural (Korean-American-French). Her multi- modal practice relates to their diasporic identity. Their latest work Shadow of the Sea engages with the space of myth as a lyrical means to navigate the Anthropocene. Rhee has shown her work at institutions including The Kitchen; Madison Square Park Conservancy; Ma’s House BIPOC Art Studio; KW Institute for Contemporary Art/Berlin Biennale; Bard Graduate Center Gallery; Kaaitheater Bruxelles; Baryshnikov Arts Center; MoMA/PS1. Their work is in the MoMA Library and Research Collection, and has been in The New York Times. Rhee is an Assistant Professor at Parsons School of Design, and has spoken as a guest artist at Guild Hall, Columbia University, and The Whitney Museum. She is based in NYC and is an amateur gardener.


MFA, University of Art & Design Geneva, 2012

BA, Barnard College Columbia University, 2008, Cum Laude


2022, The Sea May Be Rising, But the Dance Goes On, The New York Times

2022, Fall Culture Listings, The New York Times

2022, Ma's House, The New York Times

2021, Les Parages: Solo Show Opens at Ma's House, The Southampton Press

2020, Figure Void to Lithic Landscape, The Kitchen Magazine

2020, Interview with Beau Bree Rhee, Tishman Environment & Design Center

2017, Perhaps it is high time for Xeno-Architecture to match, E-Flux

2016, Take a Tour of Sight Unseen Offsite, Sight Unseen

2016, Intime Extime, Le Nouvelliste

2014, Studio Visit at Atelier de Geste, Cool Hunting

2012, Interview with Beau Rhee, BNP Paribas Head Art Award


2022, Shadow of the Sea, Public Performance & Art Project, Commissioned by The Kitchen & Madison Square Park Conservancy, NY, USA (Solo)
2022, Land of All Possibles, Trotter & Sholer Gallery, New York, NY, USA (Group)
2022, Fragmentary Blue, Tremaine Gallery, The Hotchkiss School, Connecticut, USA (Group)
2021, Les Parages, Ma’s House & BIPOC Art Studio, Shinnecock Tribal Nation, Southampton, NY, USA (Solo)
2020, Performance Paysage / Performance as Landscape, Daniels Gallery, Toronto, Canada (Solo)
2020, Video Viewing Room, The Kitchen, New York, NY, USA (Group)
2020, The Online Gallery Inaugural Exhibition, The Online Gallery (Group)
2019, NOCTURNA Crush Curatorial, Amagansett, New York, NY, USA (Group)
2019, REPOPULATIONS, Kingsland Wildflowers, Brooklyn, New
York, NY, USA (Group)
2019, Why Make Another Beautiful Thing (Dance-Drawing-
, Haute École d’art et de Design de Genève, Switzerland (Group)
2018, Drawing as Portal: Works on Paper, Curateur Collective, New York, NY, USA (Solo)
2018, 10th Berlin Biennial, We Don’t Need Another Hero: Strange Attractors KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany (Group)
2018, TEST BED performance SYZYGY, Aronson Gallery, The New School, New York, NY, USA (Group)
2018, That Which is Fundamental: Predicated, The Kitchen, New York, NY, USA (Group)
2017, Naviguer à Vue, Bard Graduate Center Gallery, New York, NY, USA (Solo)
2017, That Which is Fundamental: Predicated, Slought Foundation, Philadelphia, PA, USA (Group)
2017, XENO-ARCHITECTURE, KAAITHEATRE, Brussels, Belgium (Group)
2016, Mysterium Novum, White Box, New York, NY, USA (Group)
2016, Sight Unseen Offsite, New York, NY, USA (Group)
2016, INTIME-EXIME, Le Manoir de la Ville de Martigny, Switzerland (Group)
2016, A Word for a Play, Regionale 13 Kunsthaus Baselland, Basel, Switzerland (Group)
2015, All Blues, Performance Presentation Baryshnikov Arts Center, New York, NY, USA (Solo)